Negative Space: 1

Negative space is the area around the main subject of your photograph. This space is empty or unoccupied.  Spencer Cox at Photography Life explains,”Photos with high amounts of negative space are: empty, subdued, peaceful, calm, and isolated”. Lens Artist Photo Challenge #114 I often like to use negative space when I’m taking Read more…

Alongside the Canal: High-Key and Low-Key Minimalism.

On one of our walks along the towpath of our local canal last week there were no butterflies for me to photograph as it was a very dull and damp day. That didn’t mean that there was nothing to take pictures of though. I wasn’t going to go home with Read more…

Flower of the Day.

Finding Joy in Small Things. Nudged by the breeze, this little Verbena shoot strayed in front of a Geranium yesterday. Verbena and Geranium ©HelenBushe Fujifilm X-T3 with Fuji 80mm Macro lens f13 1/750sec ISO3200 Please click on image to view full-size.

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